No big deal! Nick Jonas did double duty on Saturday Night Live as he pointed out, a year to the day of his last live performance—acting both as host and musical guest. With the artists debuting his latest single Spaceman and full new solo album on the way, some might wonder what the move means for the Jonas Brothers. And one of those wondering was brother and bandmate Kevin Jonas. During the monologue, Nick introduced Kevin, who was in the audience. Kevin took the opportunity to get some pressing questions off his chest said I’m excited to be here to support you. But I gotta ask: are we good? Are we still a band? Cuz I just bought a house. Nick assured him all was fine and we finally got the confirmation the Jonas Brothers aren’t breaking up…again.
Speaking of Nick’s time on SNL, he did an awesome job at the sketches but he brought he brought some brand new music too! He premiered new songs Spaceman and This is Heaven during his appearance over the weekend. His older bro Kevin introduced him for the second musical appearance. This marked Nick’s first time hosting and second time performing on the show. Both new songs will appear on Jonas’ upcoming third album Spaceman which is set for release on March 12.
Justin Bieber posted a teaser image for what appears to be his upcoming single Hold On in which he sits astride a black motorcycle at night. The Biebs confirmed the next single from his upcoming Justice album will be out on Friday. That new project will also include the songs Holy, Lonely and Anyone. At this rate, you practically already know the full record. Justice will be here March 19.
Taylor Swift has officially canceled her Lover Fest shows. She announced on her socials, I love coming on here to tell you good news or to share a new project with you. But I’m sad about this. I’m so sorry I cannot reschedule the shows that we’ve postponed. This is an unprecedented pandemic that has changed everyone’s plans and no one knows what the touring landscape is going to look like in the near future. I miss you terribly and can’t wait til we can all safely be at shows together again. It remains to be seen what Swift’s next tour will have in store or when it will go down but it will encompass at least three new album cycles by then—if not more.